1stly, you need to go and watch the whole story of @kawnchawnn now.
And secondly the lot that does go to watch it, its long but watch till end, the girl has come out to share an incident which happened with her 2.5 years back and will sure give you goosebumps. I have read similar stories in books and shows, but when you hear from someone in reality the depth of it shocks you even more.
And this is not to call out girls from doing stuff, but the time, that we support each other, and for the other side to change the story for girls. While in this incident the guy seems like a proper psychopath, and his actions can't be compared to every guy, i have clearly heard enough stories of the demanding expectations guys come with on dates, there is no wrong with expecting sex, the wrong comes in demanding it!
And finally, more love, strength and power to @kawnchawnn !
Good thing about music is that when it hits you, you feel no pain and when you are in pain, it hits you even more.
Tansen (c. 1500 – 1586), also referred to as Tan Sen or Ramtanu, was a prominent figure of North Indian (Hindustani) classical music. Born in a Hindu family, he learnt and perfected his art in Gwalior, the northwest region of modern Madhya Pradesh.
His reputation brought him to the attention of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, who then requested Tansen to join the musicians at the Mughal court.
Numerous legends have been written about Tansen, but with no doubt Akbar considered him as a Navratans (nine jewels), and gave him the title Mian, an honorific, meaning learned man.